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Heng He is a commentator on Sound of Hope Radio, China analyst on New Tang Dynasty TV's program Focus Talk, and writer for The Epoch Times newspaper. @HengHe
Arrest of Taiwan Citizen in China Raises High Stakes
Arrest in mainland China a little over three weeks ago of a citizen of Taiwan poses a significant ...
July 10, 2012
Beijing Spy Scandal Does Not Surprise
That the secretary to the vice minister of State Security was detained early this year for spying was ...
June 7, 2012
Blind Activist’s Escape an Opportunity for Beijing and Washington
When the blind activist-lawyer Chen Guangcheng sought protection in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, the spotlight on his ...
May 2, 2012
Beijing Discusses Redressing the Tiananmen Square Massacre
If the CCP offers reparations for the victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre, it would be a bid ...
April 12, 2012
The Ouster of Bo Xilai Is Only the Beginning
Both Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s answer at the NPC press conference and a circular from the CCP Central ...
March 20, 2012
The Ticking Parcel Passes to a Helpless Xi
When Xi visits Washington on Feb. 14, he will bring with him the burden of the CCP’s misrule ...
February 8, 2012
Wukan’s Fate: Collecting the Debt After the Autumn Harvest
The retaliation by the Chinese regime that Wukan Villagers have worried about is beginning.
January 4, 2012
A Soldier’s Divided Duty: Defending Home in China
Soldiers fight to defend home and country, but what happens when those two motives contradict one another? The ...
November 16, 2011
A Child’s Death, a Nation’s Suffering, and a Party’s Culture
The 19th person to come upon Yue Yue in the alley was a middle-aged woman named Chen Xianmei.
October 25, 2011
Beijing-Directed NGOs Should Register as Foreign Agents
In June 2010, the director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Richard Fadden, warned that foreign agents were ...
September 28, 2011
How Ambassador Gary Locke Brought ‘New Colonialism’ to China
A corrupt Chinese regime sees danger everywhere, even in an ambassador carrying his own bag.
September 6, 2011
Acceleration Can’t Save the China Model
Every step had to go wrong for the disaster to happen; for two high-speed trains to collide and ...
August 2, 2011
Can Votes Replace Bombs in China?
Many commentators have said that China has left the era of self-immolations and entered the era of bombing ...
June 22, 2011
Guardians of China’s Culture Left ‘Shaking’ by Theft
A recent theft at the Forbidden City Palace Museum in Beijing left China laughing at the state-appointed cultural ...
May 24, 2011
State-Run People’s Daily Publishes Dubious Call for Tolerance
An article published in China calling for more tolerance is causing a sensation as it makes its way ...
May 3, 2011
Chinese Regime Uses Passports and Visas to Punish Activists
The Chinese regime punishes activities and anyone in its disfavor by denying passports and visas.
April 5, 2011
Jiang Zemin Attempts to Shift Blame as the End of the Party Looms
A magazine article in Hong Kong reports Jiang Zemin regrets the persecution of Falun Gong. The article's headline ...
March 2, 2011
State Robbery in China Is Reaching a Dead End
Exorbitant highway tolls are often charged in China. These tolls are a sign that the exploitation of China's ...
February 1, 2011
Putting Lang Lang in Context: The Background of His White House Performance
Lang Lang's performance of an anti-American song at the White House needs to be seen in the context ...
January 28, 2011
Soft Power on Both Sides of Taiwan Straits
Taiwan's parliament has called for banning travel to Taiwan by those guilty of human rights violations in China.
December 28, 2010
Mounds of Flowers Don’t Heal Shanghai’s Pain (Video)
In the first seven days after a high-rise apartment building in Shanghai caught fire, more than 100,000 people ...
November 30, 2010
As Options Narrow, Hu Jintao’s Successor Chosen
The Chinese Communist Party elite chose a new leader to protect themselves and try to keep the Party ...
November 2, 2010
Why Warren Buffett and Bill Gates Returned Empty-Handed From China
Are the conditions for charity different in China and the United States?
October 13, 2010
The Mirage of Political Reform in China
Chinese Premier says China should consider political reform.
September 7, 2010
Searching for Reform in China: the Case of Wen Jiabao
A kind of literary squabble has erupted in China over Premier Wen Jiabao's role as a reformer.
August 3, 2010
Chinese Spying Brought to a Slow Boil
The Chinese regime has used every possible resource to get what it wants: spies, Chinese nationals, foreigners, students, ...
July 7, 2010
Labor Unrest Reveals Weakness of the ‘China Model’
In China, the labor rights movement, like any other rights movement, is forbidden. Yet workers still strike.
June 16, 2010
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Arizona State Legislature to Hold ‘Urgent’ Election Integrity Hearing With Trump’s Lawyers
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